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Evan Wenbo Zhao (PI)

Evan is an assistant professor at the Institute for Molecules and Materials (IMM) at Radboud University Nijmegen.


Office: HG03.338

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Noel de Kler (Postdoc Researcher, co-supervised by Jana Roithová)

Noel obtained his PhD degree from the Institute for Molecules and Materials of Radboud University


Anna Bergljót Gunnarsdóttir (Academic visitor)

Anna is a postdoctoral researcher from the University of Iceland. She obtained her PhD degree in Chemistry from the University of Cambridge. 


Bing Wu (Academic visitor)

Bing is a researcher from Brightlands. He obtained his PhD degree from Dublin City University and worked as a postdoc fellow at the University of Toronto and Radboud University.


Giu Silva Testa (PhD candidate)

Giu obtained her bachelor's degree from University of Barcelona and master's degree from Radboud University.

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Ruipeng Luo (PhD candidate)

Ruipeng obtained his master degree from Harbin Institute of Technology.

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Zhiyu Zhu (PhD candidate)

Zhiyu obtained her master degree from Xiamen University. 

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Vince Elter (Master intern, co-supervised by Sin Yong Teng)

Vince obtained his bachelor's degree from Radboud University 

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Juan Carlos Martinez Lopez
(Visiting PhD student)

Juancar comes from ICTP CSIC Spain, under the supervision of Javier Carretero

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Mathijs Damhuis (Master intern, co-supervised by Hans Elemans and Roeland Nolte)

Mathijs obtained his bachelor's degree from Radboud University

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Dirkje Lauwers
(Bachelor intern, co-supervised by Henk-Jan van Manen)

Dirkje comes from HAN University of Applied Sciences 

Our research activities won't be possible without the excellent support from our engineers and management assistant at the Magnetic Resonance Research Center

Marian de With


Gerrit Janssen


Hans Janssen


Ruud Aspers

Postdoc/PhD position

A PhD position on developing operando solid-state and solution NMR (and EPR) methods for studying redox flow batteries will be available in 2024. For interested candidates, please get in touch. We can discuss project details and timeline.

Igor Hermans (Bachelor intern, 2023)
Kaan Çolakhasanoĝlu (Master intern, 2023)
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